10 Out of 10 (2PM song)

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This article refers to the song. 10 out of 10 is also used as the highest possible score on a scale of one to ten.
"10 Out of 10"
Single by 2PM
from the album 1:59PM
Released August 29, 2008
Recorded 2008
Genre R&B, hip hop, pop
Length 21:55
Label JYP Entertainment
Producer(s) J.Y. Park "The Asiansoul"

"10 Out of 10" (Hangul: 10점 만점에 10점; RR: Ship Jeom Manjeome Ship Jeom) is the debut song by South Korean boy band 2PM. It featured as the lead song on the Hottest Time of the Day single, which was released on 2008 September 4. The song peaked at number nine on the Gaon Chart.

MK News spoke highly of their performance of the song for their comeback on The Music Trend television show.[1]

Song[edit]

The song runs 3 minutes and 27 seconds in length. It features Jaebeom as the lead rapper.

The song is about a very attractive woman, who is considered a "10 out of 10" in terms of her attractiveness. The song describes various aspects of her that are considered "10 points" - her lips, legs, hair, voice, and everything about her.[2]

Music video[edit]

The music video starts with a woman (played by G.NA[3]) pulling up and exiting a car.[4] She walks through a building, and the members of 2PM stare at her as she walks by. The remainder of the video intersperses scenes of the band dancing with videos about their interest in the woman.

The dancing scenes place in a reflective stage, with a crystal-like background.

Some scenes use humor to illustrate the band's fantasies or delusions about the woman. For example, at one point Wooyoung is initially eating whipped cream off the woman's finger; however, a later scene shows him with Jun. K's finger in his mouth. Another scene shows Junho playing with Taecyeon at the pool, until he realizes Taecyeon is not the woman.

Near the end of the video, the woman walks away with a man, possibly her boyfriend. The members of 2PM look on with disappointment as the pair walk away.

Releases[edit]

An "Old School Version" was also released on the Hottest Time of the Day single.

Reception[edit]

The song performed well on the Gaon Chart, peaking at number nine.

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